Emil Kjær Voss & Helge Kraup - Poesi på en torsdag


01. November 2018




Nørregade 40
7500 Holstebro, Denmark

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Kr. 80 / 40

Poetry on a Thursday is a regular evening event in Holstebro which gives people the opportunity of meeting contemporary Danish poets. These evenings, at which the invited poet reads his or her own poems, happen three times in the spring - February, March and April - and three times in the autumn - September, October and November - on the first Thursday of the month in question.

This event involves other activities such as musical interludes by Odin Teatret's House Orchestra as well as other musicians and orchestras, the reading of the winning poem from the Poem of the Month competition, readings from The Rubâijât by Omar Khajjâm in Farsi and other languages, the reading of a favourite poem by a well-known Holstebro personality, an essay about the poet of the evening, the sale of books of poetry and, last but not least, the serving of the Wine of the Month to the audience.

Poetry on a Thursday usually takes place at the newly restored at Knudsen's theatre on Holstebro's central pedestrian precinct.

Organised by Odin Teatret
in collaboration with Holstebro Gymnasium and HF (High School), Holstebro Bibliotek (library), Holstebro Musikteatret, Arnold Busck bookshop, Holstebro Education Centre and Holstebro Kunstmuseum (Museum of Art). It enjoys the support of the Municipality of Holstebro and the Danish Arts Council and Literature Centre.

Fotos: Magnus Hegelund Christiansen og Kathrine Aggebo

Poem of the Month

Send the best from your desktop drawer to compete for the title of Poem of the Month. 

The chosen poem will be read aloud during the evening programme.

Your poem must reach us no later than the day before the event. Send it to:

Ulrik Skeel
Odin Teatret, Særkærparken 144, 
7500 Holstebro
marked Poem of the Month

or email to: ulrik.skeel@odinteatret.dk

Ticket price: 80 kr. 
Students & Pensioners: 40 kr. 

A glass of wine is included in the ticket price.

BUY your online ticket here

Omar Khajjâm